Pod Swierkiem Hotel

Address: ul Warynskiego 38, Busko Zdroj, Southern Poland, 28-100, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on ul Warynskiego 38, Busko Zdroj.
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    Travel Blogs from Busko Zdroj

    Farewell Poland

    A travel blog entry by kalibar on May 30, 2014

    8 photos

    ... personalised tour of the museum. They are setting up an "Honour wall" for former Polish partisans, like Vik's dad, who were then moved to concentration camps and survived. Vik's Dad will now be included in this.

    Tonight was bittersweet. We hosted a dinner for family at the Sphinx restaurant, another of our favourite spots in Kielce. We were joined by Aunt and Uncle, Jola and Martin for a final meal together. There was laughter and smiles, and good ...

    Family history sharing

    A travel blog entry by kalibar on May 26, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... about Adelaide drivers again, as Polish ones seem to have little regard for speed limits, double white lines or slowing down for built up areas. We took it slow and steady, and after wrong directions from the GPS, eventually found the hotel we are staying in. Kielce has a big trade fair on this week, so we have been forced to seek a bed and shower in a 1937 hotel around 6.7km out of town. It seems to be ...

    I'm flying!

    A travel blog entry by skladak-trek on Jun 26, 2010

    26 photos

    ... lunch. Afterwards I gorge myself on the last of the edible strawberries. The bag is full of strawberry juice as they don’t take kindly to being packed around for over a day.

    During one longer break at the palace in Łopuszno I marvel at the distance I’ve covered already as it’s only shortly after noon. By around 4 I’m already in Jędrzejów, where I have to make a turn and take a different road towards Kaziemierza Wielka. ...

    Crumbling Palace

    A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Aug 18, 2009

    17 photos

    ... still impressive, despite bizarre renovation that included some strange, yellow, corrugated-plastic roofing over parts of the building.

    The kids enjoyed running up and down, exploring all the rooms, halls and labyrinthine passages. Eartha, having lost her second front tooth the day before, could hiss like a vampire through the gap and found the deserted ruins a natural habitat for supernatural, bloodsucking ...

    Leaving Krakow

    A travel blog entry by trippinwithleis on Jul 15, 2006

    Hello hello! Well after two weeks, I am leaving Krakow. I woke up early AGAIN this morning and visited the little cafe down the street one last time. This place has some amazing cakes! Great breakfast, eh? Then I made my way to the train station and booked a ticket to Croatia!!! I am so excited...although not about the 19 hour train ride! Anyway, it may be a few ...